Chinese e-commerce giant has spent $24 billion on m&a in past 24 months, much of it in entertainment
Huayi Brothers Media
Starry cast assembled for Rob Minkoff-produced animated family comedy "Blazing Samurai."
Huayi Brothers, China's largest private-sector film company, has sold $560 million of new shares to a quartet of institutional and corporate investors, including Alibaba and Tencent.
The Chinese group that pacted with emerging Hollywood studio STX Entertainment, is looking forward to its share of revenues from "The Gift."
Huayi Brothers has signed a deal to install IMAX screens at three of its cinemas in China.
Chinese e-commerce giant is considering hiving off some of its start-up film industry assets.
China's Huayi Bros. Media has agreed a deal to co-finance at least 18 movies to be produced over a three-year period by Robert Simonds' STX Entertainment. Huayi, the 20-year-old firm that is China's…
Robert Simonds’ STX Entertainment is close to securing a three-year deal to produce 18 films with China’s Huayi Brothers Media, Variety has learned. Huayi revealed a partnership with an unnamed U.S…
Huayi now "the leading entertainment power in China," say Wang brothers.
Huayi Brothers Media is to pay up to $125 million for GDC Technology, a manufacturer of servers and equipment for digital cinema
HONG KONG – China's Huayi Brothers Media, which recently ditched plans to invest in Jeff Robinov's Studio 8 company, has instead announced plans to set up its own U.S. outfit. Huayi, which is China's…